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Thomas Malory

Biographie

Né en 1416 — Mort en 1471

Écrivain anglais issu de la noblesse du Warwickshire

Bibliographie

Répertoires bibliographiques
  • Bossuat, Robert, Manuel bibliographique de la littérature française du Moyen Âge, Melun, Librairie d'Argences (Bibliothèque elzévirienne. Nouvelle série. Études et documents), 1951, xxxiv + 638 p. (ici p. 188, nos 2016-201; p. 189, nos 2027-2028)
    Dictionnaires: DEAF Boss
Recueils
  • The Works of Sir Thomas Malory, edited by Eugene Vinaver, Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1947, 3 t., cxv + 1742 p.; 2e éd.: 1948; 1967; 3e éd.: Revised by P. J. C. Field, 1990.
    Compte rendu: M. Roques, dans Romania, 70, 1948-1949, p. 555-556.
  • The Works of Sir Thomas Malory, edited by Eugene Vinaver, London, New York et Toronto, Oxford University Press et Cumberlege, 1954, xviii + 919 p. — Réimpr.: 1959; 1962.
  • Malory, Works Edited by Eugene Vinaver, London, Oxford University Press, 1971, xv + 811 p. — 2e éd., 1977.
Généralités
  • Kato, Tomomi, A Concordance to the Works of Sir Thomas Malory, Tokyo, University of Tokyo Press, 1974, ix + 1659 p.
  • Hardyment, Christina, Malory: The Knight Who Became King Arthur’s Chronicler, New York, Harper Collins, 2005, 481, 114 p.
    Compte rendu: Melissa Ridley Elmes, dans Hortulus, 6:1, 2010, s. p. [www]
  • Muecke, D. C., « Some notes on Vinaver's Malory », Modern Language Notes, 70, 1955, p. 325-328.
  1. Le Morte d'Arthur

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    Langue:Anglais
    Genre:Roman
    Forme:Prose
    Contenu:Adaptation anglaise du roman anonyme en prose La mort le roi Artu.
    Incipit: 
    Explicit: 
    Voir aussi:Morte Arthur en vers
    Manuscrit
    1. London, British Library, Additional, 59678 (W)
    Éditions anciennes
    1. Le morte darthur
      Westminster, William Caxton, 31 juillet 1485
      ARLIMA: EA2529   GW: M20157   ISTC: im00103000   USTC: 500105   ESTC: S644
    2. Le morte darthur
      Westminster, Wynkyn de Worde, 25 mars 1498
      ARLIMA: EA2530   GW: M20161   ISTC: im00103100   USTC: 500324   ESTC: S115251
    3. Le morte darthur
      London, Wynkyn de Worde, 18 novembre 1529
      ARLIMA: EA2531   USTC: 502183   ESTC: S111571
    4. The story of the moste noble and worthy kynge Arthur the whiche was the fyrst of the worthyes chrysten, and also of his noble and valyaunt knyghtes of the rounde table
      London, William Copland, 1557
      ARLIMA: EA2532   USTC: 505452   ESTC: S106641
    5. The storye of the most noble and worthy kynge Arthur the which was the fyrst of the worthyes Chrysten, and also of his noble and valyaunt knyghtes of the rounde table
      London, Thomas East, 1582
      ARLIMA: EA2533   USTC: 509576   ESTC: S106644
    Éditions modernes
    • Morte Darthur: Sir Thomas Malory's Book of King Arthur and His Noble Knights of the Round Table, the Original Edition of Caxton Revised for Modern Use With an Introduction by Sir Edward Strachey, London, Macmillan, 1870, xxxvii + 509 p.
    • Malory's History of King Arthur and the Quest of the Holy Grail, from the "Morte D'Arthur", Edited With Introduction to the "Camelot Series" by Ernest Rhys, London, Scott (The Camelot Classics), [1886], xl + 330 p.
    • La Morte d'Arthure: The History of King Arthur and of the Knights of the Round Table, Compiled by Sir Thomas Malory, Knt. Edited from the Text of the Edition of 1634, With Introduction and Notes by Thomas Wright, London, Reeves and Turner (Library of Old Authors), 3e éd., 1889, 3 t.
    • Le Morte Darthur by Syr Thomas Malory, the original edition of William Caxton, now reprinted and edited with an introduction and glossary by H. Oskar Sommer, with an essay on Malory's prose style by Andrew Lang, London, Nutt, 1889-1891, 3 t. [GB: t. 1:1, t. 1:2, t. 2, t. 3] [IA: t. 1:1, t. 1:2, t. 2, t. 3]
    • The Noble and Joyous History of King Arthur by Sir Thomas Malory, Edited by Ernest Rhys, London, Felling-on-Tyne et New York, The Walter Scott Publishing Co. Ltd (The Scott Library), s. d., xv + 325 p.
    • Sir Thomas Malory, Le Morte d'Arthur. Introduction by Sir John Rhys, London, Dent; New York, Duton (Everyman's Library, 45-46), 1906, 2 t., xxxviii + 401, xvi + 411 p. — Réimpr.: 1910; 1930; 1947; 1962; 1963; 1967; 1970; 1972; 1976.
    • Chronicle and Romance: Froissart, Malory, Holinshed, With Introduction, Notes and Illustrations, New York, Collier (The Harvard Classics), 1910, 404 p. + [3] f. de pl.
    • Thomas Malory, Selections from "Le Morte d'Arthur", edited by P. L. Babington, London, Sidgwick (A Series of English Texts), 1929.
    • Le Morte Darthur: Sir Thomas Malory's Book of King Arthur and of His Noble Knights of the Round Table, the Text of Caxton, Edited with an Introduction, by Sir Edward Strachey, London, Macmillan (Macmillan's Globe Library), 1909, lvi + 509 p. — Réimpr.: 1941.
    • The Works of Sir Thomas Malory, edited by Eugène Vinaver, Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1947, 3 t., cxv + 1742 p. — Réimpr.: 1948.
    • The Works of Sir Thomas Malory, edited by Eugène Vinaver, London, Oxford University Press, 1954, xviii + 919 p. — Réimpr.: 1959; 1962.
    • The Tale of the Death of King Arthur by Sir Thomas Malory, Edited by Eugène Vinaver, Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1955, xxvi + 146 p.
      Compte rendu: H. Newstead, dans Speculum, 31, 1956, p. 420-421.
    • The Works of Sir Thomas Malory, edited by Eugène Vinaver, Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1967, 3 t., 1759 p. — Reprinted with Corrections and Additions, 1973.
    • King Arthur and his Knights: A Selection from What Has Been Known as "Le Morte Darthur", Made and Edited by R. T. Davies, London, Faber and Faber, 1968, 271 p.
    • King Arthur and His Knights: Selections from the Works of Sir Thomas Malory, Edited With an Introduction and Notes by Eugène Vinaver, Boston, Houghton Mifflin; Cambridge (USA), The Riverside Press (Riverside Editions, B8), ??, xxi + 166 p.
    • The Morte Darthur, Parts Seven and Eight, by Sir Thomas Malory, Edited with an Introduction, Notes and Glossary by D. S. Brewer, London, Arnold (York Medieval Texts), 1968, vi + 166 p. — Réimpr.: 1970; 1971; 1973; 1975; 1976; 1981.
    • King Arthur and his Knights: Selected Tales by Sir Thomas Malory, Edited with an Introduction and Notes by Eugène Vinaver, Boston, Houghton Mifflin (Riverside Editions, B8), 1968, xxi + 231 p. — Réimpr.: London et Oxford, Oxford University Press, 1975.
    • Thomas Malory, Le Morte d'Arthur, edited by Janet Cowen, With an Introduction by John Lawlor, Harmondsworth, Penguin (Penguin Classics), 1969, 2 t., xxxiii + 467 + liv, 531 + xxvi p. — Réimpr.: 1973; 1975; 1977; 1978; 1979; 1981; 1982; 1983; 1984; 1985; 1986; 1987; 1988; 2004.
    • Le Morte d'Arthur: A Critical Edition by P. F. Hissiger, The Hague et Paris, Mouton, 1975, 184 p.
    • Thomas Malory, The Morte Darthur, Edited with an Introduction, Notes and Glossary by D. S. Brewer, Evanston, Northwestern University Press, 1974, 166 p. — Réimpr.: 1975; 1977; 1978; 1981; 1983; 1985.
    • The Winchester Malory: A Facsimile with an Introduction by N. R. Ker, London et New York, Oxford University Press for the Early English Text Society (Supplementary Series, 4), 1976, xxii + [946] p.
    • Malory, Works, edited by Eugène Vinaver, Oxford, London et New York, Oxford University Press (Oxford Standard Authors), 2e éd., 1971, xv + 811 p. — Réimpr: 1974; (Oxford Paperbacks, 384), 1977; 1978.
    • Sir Thomas Malory, Le Morte Darthur: The Seventh and Eighth Tales Edited, Edited by P. J. C. Field, London, Hodder and Stoughton (The London Medieval and Renaissance Series), 1978, iv + 284 p. — Réimpr.: 1984.
    • Caxton's Malory: A New Edition of Sir Thomas Malory's "Le Morte Darthur", Edited with an Introduction and Critical Apparatus by James W. Spisak; Based on Work Begun by the Late William Matthews; with a Dictionary of Names and Places by Bert Dillon, Berkeley, University of California Press, 1983, 2 t., viii + 920 p.
    • The Works of Sir Thomas Malory, edited by Eugène Vinaver, Revised by P. J. C. Field, Oxford, Clarendon Press, 3e éd., 1990, 3 t., cxlvii + vi + 1768 p.
    • Sir Thomas Malory, Le Morte Darthur: The Winchester Manuscript, Edited and Abridged with an Introduction and Notes by Helen Cooper, Oxford et New York, Oxford University Press (Oxford World's Classics), 1998, xxxiii + 576 p.
    • Sir Thomas Malory, Le Morte Darthur or The Hoole Book of Kyng Arthur and of his Noble Knyghtes of the Rounde Table. Authoritative Text, Sources and Backgrounds, Criticism. Edited by Stephen H. A. Shepherd, New York et London, Norton (A Norton Critical Edition), 2004, lii + 954 p.
    • Sir Thomas Malory, Le Morte Darthur: The Seventh and Eighth Tales Edited, with an Introduction and Commentary, by P. J. C. Field, Indianapolis et Cambridge (USA), Hackett, 2008, 304 p.
    Traductions modernes
    • en allemand:
      • Thomas Malory, Mort le roi Artu: Die Geschichte von König Artus und den Rittern seiner Tafelrunde, trad. Helmut Findeisen, Frankfurt am Main, Insel, 1974.
    • en anglais:
      • Le Morte Darthur: The Story of King Arthur and of His Noble Knights Written by Sir Thomas Malory, First Printed by William Caxton, Now Modernised as to Spelling and Punctuation by A. W. Pollard, London, ?? (Library of English Classics), 1900, 2 t. — 2e éd., 1903. — 3e éd., 1927.
      • Le Morte Darthur: The Story of King Arthur and of His Noble Knights Written by Sir Thomas Malory, First Printed by William Caxton, Now Modernised as to Spelling and Punctuation by A. W. Pollard, Illustrated with Wood Engravings by Robert Gibbings, New York, 1921, 4 t. — Réimpr.: Limited Editions Club, 1936, 3 t., xv + 221, 268, 272 p.
      • King Arthur and His Knights of the Round Table, Newly Re-told Out of the Old Romances by Roger Lancelyn Green and Illustrated by Lotte Reiniger, Harmondsworth et New York, Penguin Books (A Puffin Story Book), 1953, 282 p.
      • Medieval Romances, edited by Roger Sherman Loomis and Laura Hibbard Loomis, New York, Modern Library (Modern Library College Editions), 1957, xi + 426 p.
      • Le Morte d'Arthur: King Arthur and the Legends of the Round Table: A Rendition in Modern Idiom by Keith Baines, With an Introduction by Robert Graves, London, Harrap, 1962, 512 p. — Réimpr.: 1963.
      • John Steinbeck, The Acts of King Arthur and his Noble Knights, from the Winchester Mss. of Thomas Malory and Other Sources, London, Mandarin, 1992, 374 p.
      • John Steinbeck, The Acts of King Arthur and his Noble Knights, from the Winchester Mss. of Thomas Malory and Other Sources, Edited by Chase Horton, New York, Farrar, Strauss and Giroux; London, Heinemann, 1976, xiii + 363 p. — Réimpr.: 1993; London, Penguin, 2001.
      • Sir Thomas Malory, Le Morte d'Arthur, with an introduction by Helen Moore, Ware, Wordsworth (Wordsworth Classics of World Literature), 1996, lx + 843 p.
    • en espagnol:
      • Sir Thomas Malory, La muerte de Arturo, traducción Francisco Torres Oliver, Madrid, Siruela (Selección de lecturas medievales, 14-16), 1985, 3 t. — Réimpr.: 1993; 1999.
    • en français:
      • Sir Thomas Malory, Le roman d'Arthur et des chevaliers de la Table Ronde: extraits choisis d'après l'édition originale du "Morte Darthur" de Caxton avec les principales variantes du manuscrit de Winchester. Introduction, traduction et notes par Marguerite-Marie Dubois, Paris, Aubier-Montaigne (Collection bilingue des classiques étrangers), 1948, 264 p.
      • Thomas Malory, Les chevaliers de la Table ronde, [éd. et trad. par Clément Borgal], Paris, Lanore (Moyen Âge, 1), [1973], 160 p.
      • Le morte D'Arthur de Thomas Malory, extraits choisis d'après l'édition originale du Morte Darthur de Caxton avec les principales variantes du manuscrit de Winchester; préface, traduction et appendices par Marguerite-Marie Dubois, Paris, Corentin et la Table d'Emeraude (Les belles images), 1993, 175 p.
      • Thomas Malory, Le roman du roi Arthur et de ses chevaliers de la Table Ronde (le morte d'Arthur), traduit de l'anglais par Pierre Goubert; préface de Claude Gauvin, Nantes, L'Atalante, 1994, 2 t., 1176 p. — 2e éd., 2002, 1070 p.
    • en russe:
      • Томас Мэлори, Смерть Артура, изд. подгот. И.М. Бернштейн et al., Москва, Наука (Литературные памятники), 1974, 899 p.
    • en suédois:
      • Sir Thomas Malory, Riddarna kring Runda Bordet. Roman tolkad till svenska efter den engelska originaltexten av Ulf Tengbom, Stockholm et London, Fritze, 1954, 283 p.
    Études
    • Archibald, Elizabeth, et A. S. G. Edwards, éd., A Companion to Malory, Cambridge et Rochester, Brewer (Arthurian Studies, 37), 1996, xv + 262 p.
    • Armstrong, Dorsey, Gender and the Chivalric Community in Malory's "Morte d'Arthur", Gainesville, University Press of Florida, 2003, viii + 272 p.
    • Batt, Catherine, « Malory's questing beast and the implications of author as translator », The Medieval Translator: The Theory and Practice of Translation in the Middle Ages, éd. Roger Ellis, Cambridge, 1989, p. 143-166.
    • Batt, Catherine, Malory's "Morte Darthur": Remaking Arthurian Tradition, New York et Basingstoke, Palgrave (The New Middle Ages), 2002, 264 p.
    • Bennett, J. A. W., éd., Essays on Malory, Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1963, vii + 147 p.
    • Benson, Larry D., Malory's "Morte Darthur", Cambridge (USA) et London, Harvard University Press, 1976, xi + 289 p.
    • Bradbrook, M. C., Sir Thomas Malory, London, Longmans and Green for the British Council and the National Book League (Bibliographical Series of Supplements to "British Book News" on Writers and Their Work, 95), 1958, 40 p. — Réimpr.: 1967.
    • Breton, Justine, « Une nouvelle approche du Morte d'Arthur de Malory au XXe siècle: la réécriture musicale de Lerner et Loewe », Perspectives médiévales, 36, 2015, s. p. [Rev]
    • Brewer, D. S., « The present study of Malory », Arthurian Romance: Seven Essays, éd. D. D. R. Owen, Edinburgh, Scottish Academic Press, 1970, p. ??.
    • Burrow, J. A., The Poetry of Praise, Cambridge et London, Cambridge University Press (Cambridge Studies in Medieval Literature), 2008, vii + 196 p.
    • Chambers, E. K., Malory and Fifteenth-Century Drama, Lyrics, and Ballads, Oxford, Clarendon Press (The Oxford History of English Literature, 3), 1990, 247 p.
    • Cherewatuk, Karen, Marriage, Adultery, and Inheritance in Malory's "Morte Darthur", Cambridge, Brewer (Arthurian Studies, 67), 2006, xxvii + 149 p.
    • Crofts, Thomas H., Malory's Contemporary Audience: The Social Reading of Romance in Late Medieval England, Cambridge, Brewer (Arthurian Studies, 66), 2006, 171 p. + [3] f. de pl.
    • Crofts, Thomas H., « Degrees of veracity in the Morte Darthur: elements of Malory's chronicle style », Journal of the International Arthurian Society, 1, 2013, p. 120-139. DOI: 10.1515/jias-2013-0005
    • D'Arcy, Anne Marie, Wisdom and the Grail: The Image of the Vessel in the "Queste del saint Graal" and Malory's "Tale of Sankgreal", Dublin, Four Courts Press, 2000, 412 p.
      Compte rendu: Elspeth Kennedy, dans Medium Ævum, 73:1, 2004, p. 158-159. * [AS]
    • Davidson, Roberta, « The "Freynshe booke" and the English translator: Malory's "originality" revisited », Translation and Literature, 17:2, 2008, p. 133-149. [EUP]
    • Davies, R. T., « Malory's virtuous love », Studies in Philology, 53, 1956, p. 459-469.
    • Davies, R. T., « Was Pellynor unworthy? «, Notes and Queries, n. s., 4, 1957, p. 370.
    • Dillon, Bert, A Malory Handbook, Boston, Hall (A Reference Publication in Literature), ??, 196 p.
    • Dingemans Zuurdeeg, Atie, Narrative Techniques and Their Effects in "La Mort le Roi Artu", York (USA), French Literature Publications, 1981, 87 p.
    • duMais Svogun, Margaret, Reading Romance: Literacy, Psychology, and Malory's "Le Morte d'Arthur", New York, Lang (Studies in the Humanities, 51), 2000, 144 p.
    • Dutton Scudder, Vida "Le Morte Darthur" of Sir Thomas Malory: Its Sources, New York, Dutton; London, Dent, 1921, xii + 430 p.
    • Eckhardt, Caroline D., « Reconsidering Malory », The Fortunes of King Arthur, éd. Norris J. Lacy, Cambridge, Brewer (Arthurian Studies, 64), 2005, p. 195-208.
      Comptes rendus: Craig R. Davis, dans The Medieval Review, 07.07.14. [www] — Sally L. Burch, dans French Studies, 62:1, 2008, p. 70. [OJ] DOI: 10.1093/fs/knm244
    • Edwards, Elizabeth, The Genesis of Narrative in Malory's "Morte Darthur", Cambridge et Rochester, Brewer (Arthurian Studies, 43), 2001, x + 201 p.
    • Field, P. J. C., Romance and Chronicle, LOndon, Barrie and Jenkins, 1971.
    • Field, P. J. C., The Life and Times of Sir Thomas Malory, Cambridge, Brewer (Arthurian Studies, 29), 1993, x + 218 p.
    • Field, P. J. C., Malory: Texts and Sources, Cambridge, Brewer (Arthurian Studies, 40), 1998, x + 313 p.
    • Fries, Maureen, « The tragic pattern in Malory's Morte Darthur: medieval narrative as literary myth », The Early Renaissance, éd. Aldo S. Bernardo, Binghamton, State University of New York Press (Acta, 5), 1979, p. 81-99.
    • Fries, Maureen, « Tristan, trickster: the decline of the ideal lover in the Tristan en prose and Malory's Morte Darthur », Bulletin bibliographique de la Société internationale arthurienne = The Bibliographical Bulletin of the International Arthurian Society, 31, 1979, p. 271-272.
    • Gaines, Barry, Sir Thomas Malory: An Anecdotal Bibliography of Editions, 1485-1985, New York, AMS Press (AMS Studies in the Middle Ages, 10), 1990, xiv + 172 p.
    • Gardner, John, Le Morte Darthur: Notes, Lincoln, Cliff's Notes, 1967, 80 p.
    • Göller, Karl Heinz, éd., The Alliterative "Morte Arthure": A Reassessment of the Poem, Cambridge, Brewer; Totowa, Biblio Distribution Centre (Arthurian Studies, 2), 1981, 186 p.
    • Golther, Wolfgang, Tristan und Isolde in den Dichtungen des Mittelalters und der neuen Zeit, Leipzig, Hirzel, 1907, [iii] + 465 p. [IA]
    • Habor, Donald, The Oral Tradition in Malory's "Morte Darthur, Ph. D. dissertation, University of Pittsburgh, 1968.
    • Hanks, D. Thomas, Jr., éd., Sir Thomas Malory: Views and Re-views, New York, AMS Press (AMS Studies in the Middle Ages, 19), 1992, xi + 112 p.
    • Hanks, D. Thomas, Jr., et Jessica Brogdon, éd., The Social and Literary Contexts of Malory's "Morte Darthur", Cambridge, Brewer, 2000.
    • Hardyment, Christina, Malory: The Life and Times of King Arthur's Chronicler, London, Harper-Collins, 2005, [xx] + 634 p. + [24] p. de pl.
    • Heng, Geraldine, « Enchanted ground: the feminine subtext in Malory », Courtly Literature: Culture and Context. Selected Papers from the 5th Triennial Congress of the International Courtly Literature Society, Dalfsen, The Netherlands, 9-16 August, 1986, éd. Keith Busby et Erik Kooper, Amsterdam et Philadelphia, Benjamins (Utrecht Publications in General and Comparative Literature, 25), 1990, p. 283-300.
    • Hicks, Edward, Sir Thomas Malory: His Turbulent Career. A Biography, Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 1928, ix + 118 p. + [8] f. de pl. — Réimpr.: New York, Octagon Books (Farror, Straus and Giroux), 1970; 1975.
    • Hodges, Kenneth, Forging Chivalric Communities in Malory's "Le Morte Darthur", New York, Palgrave Macmillan (Studies in Arthurian and Courtly Cultures), 2005, [ix] + 208 p.
    • Hodges, Kenneth, « Why Malory's Launcelot is not French: region, nation, and political identity », PMLA, 125:3, 2010, p. 556-571 et 895. [jstor.org] [Jstor]
    • Hughes, Linda K., « The pleasure lies in power: the status of the lie in Malory and Bradley », Arthurian Yearbook II, éd. Keith Busby, New York et London, Garland, 1992, p. ??.
    • Ihle, Sandra Ness, Malory's Grail Quest: Invention and Adaptation in Medieval Prose Romance, Madison, University of Wisconsin Press, 1983, xii + 199 p.
    • Jackson Parins, Marylyn, éd., Malory: The Critical Heritage, London et New York, Routledge (The Critical Heritage Series), 1988, xiii + 409 p. — Réimpr.: 1995.
    • Joly, Jehanne, « Thomas Malory: la synthèse du monde arthurien et son avenir », Apogée et déclin. Actes du Colloque de l'URA 411, Provins, 1991, éd. Claude Thomasset et Michel Zink, Paris, Presses de l'Université de Paris-Sorbonne (Cultures et civilisations médiévales, 8), 1993, p. 169-180.
    • Kato, Takako, Caxton's "Morte Darthur": The Printing Process and the Authenticity of the Text, Oxford, Society for the Study of Medieval Languages and Literature (Medium Ævum Monographs, 22), 2002, viii + 102 p.
    • Kelly, Robert L., « Malory's Tale of Balin reconsidered », Speculum, 54, 1979, p. 85-99.
    • Kelly, Robert, « Malory's argument against war with France: the political geography of France and the Anglo-French alliance in the Morte Darthur », The Social and Literary Contexts of Malory's "Morte Darthur", éd. D. Thomas Hanks, Jr., et Jessica Brogdon, Cambridge, Brewer, 2000, p. 111-133.
    • Kelly, Robert, « Malory's Tale of King Arthur and the political geography of fifteenth-century England », Reviewing "Le Morte Darthur", éd. K. S. Whetter et Raluca Radulescu, Cambridge, Brewer, 2005, p. 79-93.
    • Kennedy, Beverly, Knighthood in the "Morte Darthur", Cambridge, Brewer (Arthurian Studies, 11), 1985, ix + 404 p. — Réimpr.: 1992.
    • Kennedy, Beverly, « Northrop Frye's theory of genres and Sir Thomas Malory's "hoole book" », The Spirit of the Court: Selected Proceedings of the Fourth Congress of the International Courtly Literature Society (Toronto 1983), éd. Glyn S. Burgess et Robert A. Taylor, Cambridge, Brewer, 1985, p. 224-233.
    • Kennedy, Edward Donald, « Malory's use of Hardyng's », Notes and Queries, n. s., 16, 1969, p. 167-170.
    • Kennedy, Edward Donald, « Malory and his English sources », Aspects of Malory, éd. Toshiyuki Takamiya et Derek Brewer, Cambridge, Brewer; Totowa, Rowman and Littlefield (Arthurian Studies, 1), 1981, p. 27-55.
    • Kennedy, Edward Donald, « Malory's Morte Darthur: a politically neutral English adaptation of the Arthurian story », Arthurian Literature, 20, 2003, p. ??.
    • Kennedy, Edward Donald, « Sir Thomas Malory's (French) romance and (English) chronicle », Arthurian Studies in Honour of P. J. C. Field, éd. Bonnie Wheeler, Cambridge, Brewer, 2004, p. 223-234.
    • Kennedy, Edward Donald, « Visions of history: Robert de Boron and English Arthurian chroniclers », The Fortunes of King Arthur, éd. Norris J. Lacy, Cambridge, Brewer (Arthurian Studies, 64), 2005, p. 29-46.
    • Kennedy, Edward Donald, « Malory's use of Hardyng's chronicle: a reconsideration », West Virginia University Philological Papers, 54, 2011, p. 8-15.
    • Kim, Hyonjin, The Knight Without the Sword: A Social Landscape of Malorian Chivalry, Cambridge, Brewer (Arthurian Studies, 45), 2000, viii + 155 p.
    • Knight, Stephen, The Structure of Sir Thomas Malory's "Arthuriad", Sydney, Sydney University Press (Australian Humanities Research Council, Monographs, 14), 1969, 95 p.
    • Kraemer, Alfred Robert, Malory's Grail Seekers and Fifteenth-Century English Hagiography, New York, Lang (Studies in the Humanities, 44), 1999, x + 129 p.
    • Lambert, Mark, Malory: Style and Vision in "Le Morte Darthur", New Haven, Yale University Press (Yale Studies in English, 186), 1975, xv + 225 p.
    • Lee, Dongchoon, « Between Arthurian folk traditions and Korean folk traditions », Journal of British and America Studies, 30, 2014, p. 199-237. [www]
    • Lewis Watson, Jessica, Bastardy as a Gifted Status in Chaucer and Malory, Lewiston, Queenston et Lampeter, Edwin Mellen Press (Studies in Medieval Literature, 14), 1996, x + 90 p.
    • Loomis, Roger Sherman, « The visit to the Perilous Castle: a study of the Arthurian modifications of an Irish theme », Publications of the Modern Language Association of America, 48:4, 1933, p. 1000-1035. [Jstor] DOI: 10.2307/458193
    • Loomis, R. S., « Onomastic riddles in Malory's Book of Arthur and his Knights «, Medium Ævum, 25, 1956, p. 181-190.
    • Lumiansky, Robert M., « The relationship of Lancelot and Guenevere on Malory's tale of Lancelot », Modern Language Notes, 68, 1953, p. 86-91.
    • Lumiansky, Robert M., « The question of unity in Malory's Morte Darthur », Tulane Studies in English, 5, 1955, p. 29-39.
    • Lumiansky, Robert M., « Tristan's first interview with Mark in Malory's Morte Darthur », Modern Language Notes, 70, 1955, p. 476-478.
    • Lumiansky, Robert M., « Malory's Tale of Lancelot and Guenevere as suspense », Mediaeval Studies, 19, 1957, p. 108-122.
    • Lumiansky, Robert M., « Two notes on Malory's Morte Darthur », Neuphilologische Mitteilungen, 58, 1957, p. 148-153.
    • Lumiansky, Robert M., « Gawain's miraculous strength: Malory's use of Le morte Arthur and Mort Artu », Études anglaises, 10, 1957, p. 97-108.
    • Lumiansky, Robert M., « Malory's steadfast Bors », Tulane Studies in English, 8, 1958, p. 5-20.
    • Lumiansky, Robert M., éd., Malory's Originality: A Critical Study of "Le Morte Darthur", Baltimore, Johns Hopkins Press, 1964, xii + 287 p.
    • Lynch, Andrew, Malory's Book of Arms: The Narrative of Combat in "Le Morte Darthur", Cambridge et Rochester, Brewer (Arthurian studies, 39), 1997, xx + 169 p.
    • Mahoney, Dhira B., « Malory's tale of sir Tristan: source and setting reconsidered », Medievalia et Humanistica, 9, 1979, p. 212-229.
    • Mahoney, Dhira B., « Malory's tale of Gareth and the comedy of class », Arthurian Yearbook I, éd. Keith Busby, New York et London, Garland, 1991, p. 165-193.
    • Mallory Smith, Sheila V., A History of the Mallory Family, Phillimore, 1985.
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Rédaction: Laurent Brun
Compléments: Susana G. Artal
Dernière mise à jour: 8 juillet 2017